Woman dies after falling from party bus in Vancouver

VANCOUVER -- Police are investigating a fatal collision in downtown Vancouver.

Sgt. Randy Fincham says police received a report around 9:30 Saturday evening that a woman had fallen from a moving party bus at Burrard and West Hastings Street.

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Fincham says only that the woman was pronounced dead at the scene, and that further information will be provided when it becomes available.

Drivers were being advised to expect traffic delays in the area as police conduct their investigation.



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